Historical Lovecraft Cover & TOC

Sorry I’ve not been posting more. Things have been hectic. But I come bearing gifts! The TOC and full cover of Historical Lovecraft are up over at Innsmouth Free Press. For convenience, though, I’ll reproduce the table of contents here:

The City of Ropes | Albert Tucher
The Far Deep | Josh Reynolds
The Infernal History of the Ivybridge Twins | Molly Tanzer
A Meeting On The Trail To Hot Iron | Joe Pulver
The God Lurking in Stone | Andrew G. Dombalagian
The Saga of Hilde Ansgardottir | Jesse Bullington
The Second Theft of Alhazrad’s Manuscript | Bradley H. Sinor
Black Hill | Orrin Grey
Inquisitor | William Meikle
Shadows of the Darkest Jade| Sarah Hans
Manuscript Found in a Trunk from Extremadura [translated from French] | Meddy Ligner
Silently, Without Cease | Daniel Mills
The Chronicle of Aliyat Son of Aliyat | Alter S. Reiss
The Seeder from the Stars | Julio Toro San Martin
What Hides and What Returns | Bryan Thao Worra
If Only to Taste Her Again | E. Catherine Tobler
An Interrupted Sacrifice | Mae Empson
Pralaya: The Disaster | Y. W. Purnomosidhi
Ngiri’s Catch | Aaron Polson
Black Leaves | Mason Ian Bundschuh
The Good Bishop Pays the Price | Martha Hubbard
Red Star, Yellow Sign | Leigh Kimmel
An Idol for Emiko | Travis Heermann
Deus ex Machina | Nathaniel Katz
City of Witches | Regina Allen
Ahuizotl [translated from Spanish] | Nelly Geraldine García-Rosas

I bolded mine. Cuz, y’know, it’s my website. But really the big draws here are probably the other folks. It’s a pretty good lineup, with some interesting-sounding stories. And I can tell you without hyperbole that Molly’s story is worth the cover price all by itself.

Also, for those of you who may’ve missed it before, this seems like a good time to re-mention that the TOC and preliminary cover of Delicate Toxins are both up at the Side Real Press website. So go check that out, if you haven’t already.

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